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And Then What?

(Britannia Beach #3)

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The third book in the Britannia Beach series.

“A complication just showed up. Mmm, a beautiful complication.”

Juggling assignments and missing her old life in Britannia Beach, Derian Lafleur's first year at university has been overwhelming to say the least. A sun-filled, all-expenses-paid, spring break getaway with her best friend, Sophie Sakamoto, is exactly what she needs.
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ebook, 250 pages
Published October 7th 2016 by HarperCollins/HarperImpulse
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Wendy
Jun 21, 2017 rated it liked it
I've loved the Britannia Beach series, they're not that known but they're really cute and swoony. So when I started reading the third book, I was full of expectations, but they didn't come true. At least when it comes to the story line. I'm sorry Danielle, but I didn't like the third book as much as I love the others.

As I just said, that's mostly due to the storyline. It has nothing to do with the writing style, because that was just as always great. The storyline and how the characters were act
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Melinda Howard
*This book was provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

This was an okay read made enjoyable by the characters more so than the plot itself. I was disappointed with this book after reading the first two in the series as the plot seemed kind of weird and this book altogether unnecessary in the series. It also seemed weird that it mostly focused on Mason and Deri rather than Tristan. Overall I think this book missed the mark and the series should have ended with 'What are the chances
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Suze Lavender
Jun 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Derian is a student and she has to work hard for her grades. While she lives in the same city as Trevor she doesn't see him that often. When the stress is getting too much, her best friend Sophie asks her to go to Mexico with her to enjoy the sun and relax for a few days. It's the perfect opportunity for Deri to catch up with Sophie and unwind. However, Sophie isn't the only old friend Deri meets in Acapulco. Mason is back in Deri's life and this leads to a dangerous adventure she'll never forge ...more
Layla (Between the Lines)
Oct 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
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I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher (via NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion of the work.
“I was searching for a needle in a haystack in a foreign country.”
This is the third book in the Britannia Beach series and damn, I wish I read the first two books before I jumped into this! I feel like I missed out on all the delicious history between our protagonist and the "beautiful complication" she runs into during her unexpected holid
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Jane Hunt
Nov 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I read book 3 immediately after ‘What are the Chances’ because I wanted to see what happened to Derian and Trevor. You won’t be disappointed if you’re a romantic but this story has lots of surprises and adds suspense and drama to the romance and self-development of the previous books. The Britannia Beach series is worth reading and book 3 provides an
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Steffi
I haven't been a big fan of the first two books but now that Derian and Trevor finally found together to the end of the second book, I was looking forward to their romance.

Guess I expected too much because once the book is starting, Derian is setting off to a Mexico vacation...alone, with her best friend Sophie. Once they arrive in Mexico every single guy is starting to hit on Derian or trying to flirt with her or whatever. She has been all shy and innocent throughtout all the books but every si
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Fiorela
Dec 17, 2017 rated it liked it
I liked it.
Finally Deri is with Trevor, he waited for her to finish high school.

Even though Deri is not a strong female character she has some redeeming characteristics, that make her not so bad.

The plot was interesting enough to keep reading but that's it, I don't think Deri really embraces her intuitive side or become more mature, most of the book she seems so insecure with her relationship with Trevor just until the end when she seems to grow a pair at least it seems.

Paula
May 24, 2017 rated it it was ok
El segundo libro de esta trilogía me gustó bastante. Fue entretenido, fácil de leer y consiguió meterme en la historia. Era algo "realista" con lo que te puedes sentir identificado. Este tercero me decepcionó un poco, esperaba que siguiera en la misma linea, pero se convierte en una historia sin pies ni cabeza que estaba deseando que se acabara.
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Deri is back for another adventure, but this one won't take place (for the most part) in Canada. There are no Britannia Beach visits, which saddened me. Instead the setting of this novel is Acapulco, Mexico. Deri has headed off for some sun and fun with Sophie at a private resort. The stress of college has made Deri forget how much she enjoys spending time with her best friend. It's time for the pair to let go of the
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Andrew
Oct 10, 2016 rated it liked it
I must confess I picked this book to read before noticing the genre. It was a mistake!

However, I stuck with it and was pleasantly surprised by the story. It certainly has a twist in the tale which I think will appeal to the younger reader.

I also missed the fact that it is number 3 in a series called Britannia Beach. I can't comment on whether it is sensible to read the books in order. I think this stands on its own merit.

Thanks to Netgalley and Harper Collins ( HarperImpulse) for a copy in excha
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Laura
Oct 17, 2016 rated it liked it
I have really enjoyed the Britannia Beach series by D.R. Graham. And Then What? is a drama filled, angst ridden and then finally a satisfying end to the series. Murphy was one of my favourite side characters so I particularly enjoyed catching up with him.
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